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Thanksgiving gift ideas: How to Make a Cookie Bouquet
Need unique Thanksgiving gift ideas? What about a delicious Cookie bouquet? It looks and tastes awesome. It makes a wonderful hostess gift. The tutorial below shows you how to make a cookie bouquet like this.
Thanksgiving dinner is one of the most anticipated meals of the year. You can decorate your table with an edible centerpiece such as Thanksgiving candy bouquet or cookie bouquet.
Step 1. Put a piece of floral foam into a basket. Wrap the foam in tissue paper or clear plastic food wrap before putting it into your container. You can even use a simple box decorating it appropriately for Thanksgiving.
Step 2. Bake Thanksgiving themed cookies. Turkey, oak leaf and pumpkin cookie cutters were used in this bouquet. Insert wooden skewers in each cookie before putting them into an oven. See detailed instructions on how to do it in this Easter Cookie Bouquet.
Step 3. Decorate your thanksgiving cookies with icing. Divide the icing between several bowls; add desired food coloring to each bowl.
Note: To keep your cookies fresh and soft for a long time, you can place each cookie in a clear plastic bag (you can buy those at a craft store) and tie it with a piece of curling ribbon.
Step 4. Attach a piece of tissue paper to each stick with a piece of curling ribbon or narrow clear scotch tape.
Step 5. Arrange your cookie bouquet in a way that you would like. Insert "cookie flowers" in front and in back. Your bouquet should look good from all sides. You can attach a bow to the front of the candy arrangement.
Thanksgiving Cookie Bouquet with Candy
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